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Carter No.: 044q

Handlist description: Leopard-skin robe

Card/Transcription No.: 044q-2

44 (q) cont. 36

Decoration on skin

On chest(?) cartouche similar to the one on forehead, but longer, 4.8 x 2 x .2. Basis in this case gold, consisting of two hollow plates soldered together. On back three threading rings each side soldered on. These were .6 long x .2 high. In addition there were six shapes of applied gold -

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These all of scarlet gold.

Card no. 044q-2 relating to Carter no. 044q
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